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Robert E. Carlson

Vice President for Academic Affairs

Casper College

HQ Phone:  (307) 268-2100

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Casper College

125 College Drive

Casper, Wyoming,82601

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

University of New Mexico Campus at Gallup , New Mexico


Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer

University of New Mexico


Special Counsel

U.S. Office of Special Counsel


Bishop

Archbishop Elden Curtiss


President

Chabot College


Bishop

Pius XII Newman Center


President and Vice President

San Diego Karting Association


Manager of Economic Development

San Diego Community College District


Dean of Instruction

Miramar College


Affiliations

Fund for Excellence

Founder


Education

associate degree

School of Technical Careers at Southern Illinois University


bachelor's degree

education

Southern Illinois University


doctoral degree

education and business administration

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


doctorate in Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University


doctorate in education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


doctorate in education

Virginia Tech


master's degree

community college and adult education

Southern Illinois University


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www.stwinifred.org

This "poetic mode" of education, which appeals to both the exterior and interior senses, and which also includes an emphasis on poetry and its memorization, is "so important for the development of the intellectual and moral virtues later on," added Robert Carlson, who helped found the school along with Father Robert Cook, a priest of the Diocese of Cheyenne, and Bishop David Ricken, who was Bishop of Cheyenne from 2001 to 2008.
As a graduate student, Carlson worked with Senior on the program. While teaching at Casper College in Wyoming, Carlson explained that he "became friends with Fr. Bob Cook and Bishop Ricken, and we spent a lot of time together, over pasta, and wine, et cetera, discussing education, and they of course were introduced to this Integrated Humanities Program and John Senior, and I got them quite excited about it." Senior, Carlson explained, is the "immediate cause of the motivation and inspiration for the founding of Wyoming Catholic College," but Senior considered himself to be merely a "doorman to the great minds" such as Plato, Aristotle, Dante, Thucydides and Herodotus, whom Carlson called the remote causes of the school's founding. Senior, Carlson explained, is the "immediate cause of the motivation and inspiration for the founding of Wyoming Catholic College," but Senior considered himself to be merely a "doorman to the great minds" such as Plato, Aristotle, Dante, Thucydides and Herodotus, whom Carlson called the remote causes of the school's founding. Roberts added that "what we want to do is bottle that and harness it, and ensure that the supernatural joy that Bishop Ricken, and Dr. Carlson and Fr. Cook set in motion, is something that's sustained over the years." We don't want to deviate from that unique mission that Dr. Carlson set out … our goals here are grand, magnanimous: they're for the glory of God."


rogerailes.blogspot.com [cached]

Casper College instructor Robert Carlson has been offered a position in the Office of Special Counsel to President George W. Bush, Carlson said Tuesday.Casper College instructor Robert Carlson has been offered a position in the Office of Special Counsel to President George W. Bush, Carlson said Tuesday.Carlson would serve in Washington, D.C., under Scott J. Bloch, who heads the office.Carlson met Bloch in the late 1970s at the University of Kansas, where Bloch was a student in a class Carlson taught as a graduate student."He thought of me," Carlson said.In 1998, Carlson and two other Casper College instructors introduced an anti-gay program at the school called Anchor.The instructors touted the program, part of SoFAITH, the Society of Families Anchored in Truth, as pro-family values.Carlson and the other instructors, Jay Graham and Mike Keogh, created the Anchor program to counter the Safe Zone program, created in 1997, which promoted acceptance and understanding of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.You'll fit right in, Bob.


www.casperstartribune.net [cached]

Robert Carlson, the Casper College instructor of literature and philosophy who was considered for a position working for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, said Thursday he won't take the job.Carlson said while the offer was a "great honor," the complications of relocating his family to Washington, D.C., combined with his intent to go on sabbatical in Italy during the spring of 2005, caused him to tell Special Counsel Scott J. Bloch that he would not be in a position to accept the job.Bloch, who considered Carlson for a position as his assistant, serves as the Special Counsel of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, an independent agency of the executive branch.


www.timesnews.net [cached]

•Dr. Robert E. Carlson , executive director of the University of New Mexico campus at Gallup•Dr. F.E. Skip Gillum , vice president for academic affairs at Casper College at Casper , Wyo.Carlson has a doctorate in education from Virginia Tech and worked previously as an administrator in the San Diego Community College District in California.He also served as dean of instruction at Miramar College in San Diego and at Southern West Virginia Community College in Williamson , W.Va. , and was an associate professor and program head at Germanna Community College in Virginia in the early 1970s.Gillum holds a doctorate in community college leadership from Colorado State University and has been Casper College's vice president for academic affairs for the past 12 years.He also has served as the administrator for Wyoming's Board of Cooperative Education Services since 1994 , and he started at Casper College as a political science and criminal justice faculty member before becoming a division chairman in behavioral and social science.


care-news.org [cached]

A new President with a Tech/Voc background, Dr. Robert Carlson, was brought in to preside over some massive changes including reduction in units for the Associate of Science (AS) degree.
22 About this same time, the Senate found itself embroiled in a long investigation of a faculty member's grievance against President Carlson. 24 As the conflict heated up, the Senate was able to extract a promise from Dr. Carlson that he would report to the Senate on all budget matters. 29 Allegedly, a member of the Chabot Foundation was employed by one of the power companies, and President Carlson was aware of the conflict of interest, leading to another Faculty v Administration conflict. 30 Shortly thereafter, President Carlson retired to be replaced by Dr. Celia Barberena.


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